LONDON (Reuters) - Intelligence gathered from everyone from cleaning staff to customs officials will help authorities to target drug testing at the athletes, sports and nations most likely to cheat at the London 2012 Olympic Games, anti-doping experts said on Monday.
(Reuters) - The Los Angeles Dodgers said a bankruptcy judge has unfairly limited the team in its fight to prove Major League Baseball overstepped its bounds, according to new court documents filed on Monday.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Nobel Foundation said on Monday a decision to award the 2011 Nobel Prize for medicine or physiology to Canadian scientist Ralph Steinman would remain unchanged despite his death.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - A federal appeals court will consider an emergency plea by lawyers for Tucson shooting suspect Jared Loughner to overturn a ruling ordering four more months of psychiatric treatment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawmakers will take aim at one of China's core economic policies Monday when the Senate begins debating a bill aimed at pressing China to let its currency rise in value in the hope of creating jobs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks extended declines on Monday on investor concern about the banking sector's exposure to a possible sovereign default in Greece and its effect on European lenders.
PERUGIA, Italy (Reuters) - Four years after her brutal murder, British student Meredith Kercher has been virtually forgotten as the media spotlight shifted to Amanda Knox, the fresh-faced American girl appealing against her conviction for killing her.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court opened its new term on Monday and considered whether Medicaid recipients and medical providers may sue California for cutting reimbursement rates in the healthcare program for low-income Americans.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Michael Jackson's music, moves and imagination live again in Cirque du Soleil's new show "The Immortal World Tour" which opened in Montreal to screams, cries and a standing ovation on Sunday ahead of a 10-month North American tour.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The slogans on the street are about storming the barricades, but when you talk to Greeks about the financial crisis that has brought their country to its knees, their anger quickly gives way to resignation and despair.